Sneakers and trainers are the most popular footwear among people who value comfort, sporty style and the dynamics of city life. Shoes can be stylish on their own, but you can make them look brighter by matching your sneakers or sneakers with interesting and unusual lacing. You can lace up sneakers in a variety of ways using complex weaves of laces in different colors.
The lacing of shoes in the form of a ladder looks simple and effective - if you are uncomfortable tying too long laces, lace up the shoes with a ladder, and the lacing will no longer bother you - it will be tight and durable, and the boots will look neat and beautiful.
Reverse lacing will also help you to look original - it is no different from the usual one except that you need to start it not from the bottom holes of the boot, but from the upper ones. If you often lacing your boots, this will not sound comfortable to you, but if you only use lacing for decorative purposes, you will surely like it.
You can also lace up the shoe with a twisted lace or twist the lace as you thread it through the holes into neat knots. Knot lacing looks bright and original, but its drawback is that laces wear out quickly with this method of lacing.
If you are looking for a comfortable and secure lacing for hiking and athletic shoes, use the popular hiking lacing, which protects the shoe from tree limbs and rocks for increased durability.
If you want to stand out from the crowd, you can use a more sophisticated method to lace up your boots by creating specific shapes using the lacing. For example, with the help of Roman lacing, you can “draw” Roman numerals X and I on your sneakers, and with the help of checkerboard lacing, which is made with laces of two colors, you can depict a voluminous checkerboard on the surface of your shoes.